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17th July 2009 - New research

STEM CELLS MIGRATE IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Neuroscience Letters [2009] Jul 8. [Epub ahead of print] (Feng ZH, Ji MA, Li YU, Gang YU.) Complete abstract

Neural Stem Cell transplantation has been claimed for decades to have the potential to treat medical disorders including Parkinson's disease. Researchers investigated the effect of transplanted Neural Stem Cells in an animal model of Parkinson's Disease. They found that the implanted stem cells migrated to where they are needed, rather than merely remain where they are added. A significant portion of the cells differentiated in to the cells responsible for producing dopamine, the substance whose deficiency causes Parkinson's Disease. The researchers claimed that
this improved Parkinson's Disease. However, the Parkinson's Disease symptoms were only induced, and their methods did not actually assess improvements in Parkinson's Disease. Despite stem cell operations now being carried out around the world, they have never resulted in anyone being rid of Parkinson's Disease. Although it is claimed that stem cell operations are necessary because there is massive cell loss in Parkinson's Disease, no studies have ever shown that there is massive cell loss in Parkinson's Disease.  For more current news go to Parkinson's Disease News.

 

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